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Baby Blue Hawaiian Punch Recipe

Here’s an easy baby blue Hawaiian punch recipe that is a perfect boy baby shower drink you can make that everyone will love! It’s simple and cheap to make this party punch with sherbet in mason jars with fruit inside.

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If you’re planning a boy baby shower it is fun to serve blue punch!! I’m all about easy so this one is no different. It’s an easy baby blue Hawaiian punch recipe with sherbet that’s a yummy twist and inexpensive to make too! Jazz it up with some mason jars and everyone will be impressed. Here’s an easy blue punch recipe for a baby shower. (affiliate links present)

Hawaiian Punch Recipe with Sherbet and Sprite

Easy blue drink for a baby shower or other parties is here. It is super cute served like this too right?? I love mason jars and use them every chance I get. 

It’s a great way to jazz up a “drink bar” or a fun way to serve salads and desserts too. In this case we are using them to serve up our non alcoholic blue punch recipe for a baby shower…..or any party with a blue theme! Kid friendly in case children are allowed, it can be made in a large punch bowl and oh so pretty.

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Blue Hawaiian Punch Recipe Non Alcoholic

All you need are a few ingredients for this blue sherbet punch recipe. You can leave the sherbet off too if you prefer, it’s very flexible. If you were having an adult party you could add some alcohol as well. You can find all the ingredients at your local grocery store or if you’re like me and order everything online here is what you need to grab to make this Hawaiian punch recipe

  1. Hawaiian punch
  2. Blueberries
  3. 7-up
  4. Sherbet – orange cream is great
  5. You can find mason jars in bulk online or at your local Walmart many times.

You don’t have to use this just for a baby shower of course, this Hawaiian punch recipe is perfect for a little boy’s first birthday party as a drink, or just for fun when people come over. If you wanted a pink punch recipe use these 3 ingredients instead.

What flavor is the blue Hawaiian Punch?

I would describe it as the obscure flavor of blue raspberry you find in popsicles. The color is really up to you, as well as the liquid. Instead of lemon lime soda you could choose pineapple juice if you didn’t want soda. Half and half is a great choice as well. Tweak the flavors and colors with the flavor of sorbet. Lime sherbet is great but for pink, fruit punch flavor would be better.

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Blue Baby Shower Punch

Love it right?? You can use what punch ingredients are listed below and tweak a variety of ways. Use different flavors of ice cream or sherbet of course. Soda could be 7-up, Sprite or even Ginger ale is great. For a lighter version use club soda.

What drinks are good for baby showers?

We have a whole list of Cheap Baby Shower Drinks here. I think cost is an issue and should be kept to a minimum but still be delicious. This is easy to do once you have a theme, just go with that color all the way around including little ribbons on the glasses. Even sprinkles can be available on the side to add for flare.

  • Kids love punch and it’s kind of irresistible for adults too with the sherbet and fruit floating around. 😉
  • For another popular party punch recipe with orange juice (linked at top of post) you can make in any color you like we have that for you too!

If you are planning a shower though I also have a bunch of easy DIY baby shower decorating ideas you can use as well as this one that could serve as a cute centerpiece if you got a cute glass punch bowl to serve it in and put ribbons around the mason jars. 

hawaiian punch recipe

How do you make Eeyore’s rainy day punch?

You just add the whole 2 liters of Sprite or 7-up + blue raspberry Kool-Aid that will add flavor and a little bit more flavor. Have fresh lemons and limes sliced in a bowl on the side people can add. If you are making them to order you should keep in a punch bowl, set inside a bowl of ice so it doesn’t water down but stays cold.

How do you make baby shower drinks pretty?

The easiest way is to dip the top of each glass (or mason jars are cuter) on a wet paper towel to moisten, and then on a plate covered with sprinkles or colored sugar! Then fill and add a cute straw to serve.

How to make blue drinks for a baby shower

You really can add the blue raspberry Koolaid to any sort of base for the color you want. Of course you can find store bought drinks that are fine, but mixing a few makes it more fun and prettier drink recipes. If you’re looking for more easy punch recipes for a baby shower or other party I have a big list above and there are more resources below too!

Jump to recipe combination below to try our mix. Tweak it in another bowl with maybe half soda and half juice with ice cream for a fun rainbow sherbet punch. Let us know what combination you try that we might want to try next.

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Hawaiian Punch Recipe

Here’s an easy baby blue Hawaiian punch recipe that is a perfect boy baby shower drink you can make that everyone will love! It’s simple and cheap to make this blue baby shower punch with sherbet in mason jars with fruit inside. 
Course Drinks
Cuisine American
Keyword baby shower, blue, hawaiian, party, punch
Prep Time 10 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes
Servings 8
Calories 24kcal
Author The Typical Mom

Ingredients

  • 2 liter 7up or sprite
  • 1 gallon Hawaiian punch cold
  • 12 oz blueberries frozen
  • Mango sherbet optional

Instructions

  • Place frozen blueberries at the bottom of your punch bowl or pitcher (or each mason jar)
  • Add equal parts of Hawaiian punch to soda to fill 3/4 of pitcher or jar and stir
  • Add spoonful of sherbet to the top (add any flavor or color you want)
  • Serve
Nutrition Facts
Hawaiian Punch Recipe
Amount Per Serving (6 oz)
Calories 24
% Daily Value*
Potassium 32mg1%
Carbohydrates 6g2%
Fiber 1g4%
Sugar 4g4%
Vitamin A 25IU1%
Vitamin C 4.1mg5%
Calcium 3mg0%
Iron 0.1mg1%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.
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Provident

Friday 15th of September 2023

Good

Denb

Thursday 11th of January 2018

Hello can you tell me if the blue Hawaiian punch is available in the UK & if so where can we get it please?

many thanks

Lauren

Sunday 1st of July 2018

Amazon

Candi

Friday 17th of November 2017

Thank you for the great idea for blue punch! We're having a baby shower for my niece whose expecting her first baby (boy).. So Exciting!!!!

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